Terence Charlston is an internationally acknowledged specialist performer on early keyboard instruments. His broad career encompasses many complementary roles including solo and chamber musician, choral and orchestral director, and teacher and academic researcher. He is a core member of the ensemble Florilegium and was a member of London Baroque from 1995 until 2007. His large repertoire and numerous commercial recordings reflect his passionate interest in keyboard music of all types and styles. Terence is an important advocate of English and continental keyboard music of the 17th and 18th centuries — a reflection of his artistic fascination with and critically acclaimed interpretations of this repertoire — and he has initiated a number of pioneering concerts and recording projects. These include editions and recordings of Matthew Locke, Carlo Ignazio Monza, Albertus Bryne, William Byrd’s My Ladye Nevell Booke, and French clavichord music. He is co-editor of a six-volume facsimile series, English Keyboard Music c.1650– c.1700. Within the educational sphere, Terence founded the Department of Historical Performance at the Royal Academy of Music, London in 1995 and is International Visiting Tutor in Harpsichord at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. He joined the staff of the Royal College of Music, London in 2007 where he is Professor of Historical Keyboard Instruments, a personal Chair created for him in 2016. Over the last five years, he has helped to guide the exciting young vocal ensemble Amici Voices and has guest directed most of their concerts and recording projects.